Now that summer is here, we’re all about water, the ocean, and fish. But, we also want to keep summer learning going throughout the season, even though we are not officially “doing” school. If you want to sneak in some educational fun for your kids this summer, try this fun aquarium I spy printable!
The printable is aimed at grades Pre-K-1, but even older kids will have fun finding the fish. Scroll to the bottom of the post for more ideas for creating thematic units around fish and aquariums.
Add these math challenges to your list of fun math activities for kids!
Get the Aquarium I Spy Printable!
Print a copy for each kid and have fun searching! It takes longer than you might think to find all of the hidden objects. My girls had a lot of fun with this counting and coloring worksheet! My girls colored their worksheets with crayons, but you can also use pencils, markers, do-a-dot markers, or anything else you have on hand at the time. The options are limitless! We used this worksheet to work on counting with Bo, but Monkey just used it as something to do when she was bored.
More Ways to Learn with Aquariums
Aquarium Animals Letter Find Worksheets from 3 Boys and a Dog
Under the Sea Fun Octopus Vegetable Platter from Crafty Mama in ME
Aquarium Arithmetic Seek and Find from Look! We’re Learning!
Fish Books for Kids from The Jenny Evolution
How Fish Breathe – A Science Experiment from Tales of Education at Home
Fun Things to See at the Newport Aquarium from Something 2 Offer
Aquarium Scavenger Hunt Printable for Kids from CraftCreateCalm
Aquarium in a Bottle: Ocean Sensory Idea from A Little Pinch of Perfect
Finding Fish Learning Placemat from Books and Giggles
Snorkeling with Kids in Thailand: A Live Aquarium from FrogMom